Biometric Attendance System using Microcontroller

  title={Biometric Attendance System using Microcontroller},
  author={Shubham Kumar and Deepak Rasaily and Mohit Mukhia and Aarfin Ashraf},
  journal={international journal of engineering trends and technology},
the project is totally based on Atmega 8 microcontroller. This project will take the attendance and display it when it is requested from the biometric attendance system. In this project fingerprint of different persons are sensed by the finger print module and it recognizes the person and provides attendance and display it on the LCD display. This is time saver project in which there is no requirement of any person to come and take the attendance of a class or organisation. This project can be… 
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